Long Island College Hospital
In the latest court battle to keep Long Island College Hospital open in Brooklyn, ambulances once again have begun rolling on a limited basis.
Leading mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio had to take time out from courting voters to go to court Tuesday, appearing before a judge over his arrest at a hospital protest.
Long Island College Hospital in Brooklyn was back on life support this weekend.
New York City Public Advocate Bill de Blasio on Monday called for a “super authority” to save failing hospitals and protect health care in Brooklyn.
City Public Advocate and mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio warned SUNY Downstate Tuesday that it will find itself in serious legal hot water if it does not comply with a judge’s order to keep Long Island College Hospital open.
A restraining order obtained on Friday means that the hospital will remain open for the time being.
Doctors said they’ve been told not to make any new admissions.
Public Advocate and mayoral hopeful Bill De Blasio has called on the governor and the mayor to get the parties together and find out who has proposed taking the hospital over.
Public advocate and mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio was arrested with City Council member Steve Levin and about a dozen other protesters outside the State University of New York’s chancellor’s office in Midtown.
The judge said SUNY Downstate had failed to conduct a meaningful review of the hospital’s closure plan before its board of trustees voted on it.
The State University of New York board of trustees may have voted to close down Long Island College Hospital, but some are hoping it won’t happen.
The State University of New York board of trustees has again voted to close down Long Island College Hospital.
A neighbor found the 55-year-old woman inside of her Carroll Gardens home, she was suffering from head trauma, according to investigators.
Lynda Williams sued the hospital for negligence and won. However, the hospital appealed the ruling and last week, the state Supreme Court decided the hospital was not at fault.
Benny Geritano told the judge at his arraignment that he was defending himself. To prove it, he lifted up his shirt to reveal wounds he said were inflicted by Lucali pizzeria owner Mark Iacono.